Changed 03 May 2020, 23:00 IST
Divak Oriji is sure that Liverpool are improving their game despite limited opportunities and wants to continue working with Jurgen Klopp.
Oriji established himself as an Enfield cult hero with a number of important goals, including a clich strike in his Champions League final win over Tottenham.
The Belgian international has netted five more times in all competitions this season, but he has left behind the star trio of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane.
Julie has signed an advanced “long-term” contract with Mirseid in 2019 and has no desire to move forward.
“I’m a better player than last year,” the 25-year-old forward told Hate Latte News. “Klopp has given me room for my own development.
He likes a goal
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“I always listen to my instincts and keep working. We’ve talked to Liverpool and we have a great course ahead of us. I want to get better here.
“It’s a project for me and I want to follow it. I don’t know how long I’ll do it. I feel like I’m making progress, so it was very sad that the [due to coronavirus]. “
Oriji continues to enjoy his goal against the Spurs, adding: “I’ve had a lot of fun since that moment. It was a very quiet moment.
“I was able to connect with the supporters. I saw the expressions on their faces. It’s a feeling that is very difficult to explain.
“[Andy] Robertson jumped on my back, Fabinho joined and Virgil [Van Dijk]. Incredible.
“The more days pass, the more I can enjoy it. It’s like wine, it matures over time.”